I've been looking at the shadow beings/ shadow caste collaboration for quiet some time. I think it's a really good collaboration and i always wanted to contribute but i never really knew what to do. I'm mainly a write but everything i wrote wasn't good enough. until one day i came up with the idea to make a 3-D paper art picture or whatever you want to call it. so here it is :)
once upon a time i went into the woods.
as i stumbled across a wolf my female insticts kicked in.
i listened to him and went another route
that's when i finally got to grandmothers house.
she was eaten by a wolf and so was I
but that doesn't matter because a huntsman came by.
he saved our lifes and the wolf wasn't fed.
thank god for males or the world would be dead.
The story Little Red Riding Hood has been told for decades now. Most people agree that the moral of the story is that you should not talk to strangers; but looking deeper into the story through a feminist perspective could it be that there is a completely different moral? Women are often portrayed as week and dependent. The two victims in the story are both females who get rescuded by a man. Going even deeper into the story is little red riding hood just seen as an object because she doesn't have a name? The word choice in the story...
The word choice in the story portrays men as strong and active while the women are shown as weak and passive.
After writing my paragraph i re read it and realized that i especially liked this sentence. I really think this sentence could be used for the book. you can check out my entire post on feminism in LRRH herehttp://www.hitrecord.org/records/715091